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I’m neither a doctor nor a dietitian. I’m just a woman who believes that our choices are powerful, and we can affect our health positively or negatively by the food we eat, and the life we live. As someone with an autoimmune disease, I’m very motivated to take care of myself, and the internet is a wonderful resource to find knowledge and to share our healing stories. This blog is designed to chronicle my own health journey, share what I learn in the process, and connect with others on a similar path. Results will vary from person to person, and nothing I write here is a replacement for medical advice.

If you are looking for a healthcare team to guide you on your healing journey, here are some excellent resources.

May we all find wellness.

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7 thoughts on “Legal Stuff

  1. Eileen, I’d like to share your olive oil article on my new blogger’s facebook page. I’ve named you and your site without quoting anything other than the title “Will the Real Olive Oil Please Stand Up?”, but when I include the link, it does quote your article and then links back to your page. Is this okay with you? I’m a fledgeling in the blogger arena and have just started my first step with the FB page so I’m not exactly sure what’s appropriate and what isn’t yet. Thank you very much! Stefanie

  2. Eileen,
    Hi, I’d like to write about your Kombucha myth/truth on my blog, which I started in summer (and mostly writing/showing about my daily juices). I’ve started my batch last saturday for the first time after a while, and thought it’s nice to share what i read on your article (I may want to translate part of your article, if I may, to Japanese.) Fermentation is very popular now in Japan, but Kombucha is not so big as it is/was in US. While it may soon, as it takes some time for trends from US to arrive Tokyo!

    anyway, hope to hear from you and I enjoy your blog anyway!

    • That sounds great, makiko. If you would just include my blog name and link in your article. Let’s spread that kombucha love!

  3. Thank you for your work on this blog! I just started my own after Graves Disease kicked in last year and was going to post about coconut and its many fabulous qualities and uses. Your post/article nails it and I wanted to ask permission first to post and link back to you? Many thanks either way :0) — Saivite

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